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Munster Juniors Poised for Interprovincial Success

8th September 2005 By Munster Rugby

Munster Juniors Poised for Interprovincial Success

The Munster Junior team management have named an unchanged side to play Connacht in the final game in the Championship on Saturday in Kinsale (3pm)

MUNSTER JUNIORS NAME AN UNCHANGED SIDE FOR CLASH WITH CONNACHT

MUNSTER V CONNACHT

Saturday 10th September 2005

Kinsale RFC, 3pm

The Munster Junior team to face Connacht in the IRFU Junior Interprovincial Championship on Saturday in Kinsale RFC has been named, with the management choosing an unchanged side from last weekend’s winning team. With a 19-13 win over Leinster in their opening game, and a dramatic 14-12 victory over Ulster in Dungarvan last weekend, a win over Connacht would secure the Championship title.

The squad is coached by the vastly experienced Kevin O Dwyer from Thurles, who has been at the helm for over a decade, with Bandon s Ricky O Sullivan assisting. The selection team consists of Chairman Liam Lehane from Ballincollig RFC, Christy McNamara from St. Mary s RFC and Tony Daley from Kanturk.

Munster Junior Team v Connacht

15. Trevor Breen (Cashel), 14. Jamie English (Kilfeacle & District), 13. Robbie Doyle (Youghal), 12. Diarmuid O Connor (Cashel), 11. Roddy Jefferson (Cobh Pirates),

10. Brendan Ronan (Cobh Pirates), 9. Colm Murphy (Ennis), 1. Roy McArdle (Youghal), 2. Timmy O Callaghan (Bandon), 3. Toss Stapleton (Thurles), 4. Fergal McCormack (Old Christians), 5. Stephen Ryan (St. Senan s RFC), 6. Mark Shorley (Thurles), 7. Pierce Breen (Kilfeacle & District), 8. Jack O Sullivan (Kilfeacle & District)

Replacements: 16. Paul McGrath (Old Christians), 17. Eugene Payne (St. Mary s), 18. Edmond Leamy (Cashel), 19. P. Twomey (Old Christians), 20. Ollie McGlinchey (Cashel), 21. Colm McCarthy (Kinsale), 22. Eamonn Ronan (Cobh Pirates)

JUNIOR INTERPROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP

Saturday 10th September 2005

MUNSTER v CONNACHT, Kinsale RFC, 3pm

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